Pacific Legacy Law

Our law practice is devoted to counseling families and individuals in the management and protection of wealth during their lifetime, and in planning the distribution of a lifetime legacy to whom they want, when they want, and the way they want, while controlling costs and minimizing taxes. In short, we counsel clients on ‘lives and legacies well planned.’

Serving Clients at Multiple Locations in Los Angeles County
Years Of Practice

Above all else, our practice is devoted to ethical and dedicated client counseling and advocacy at a reasonable cost. We do not charge any fee for an initial consultation. We take the time to understand your issues, goals and objectives; and then decide, along with you, the scope of our engagement and a reasonable fee for the services to be provided. Potential clients are never “pressured” to retain us – and we encourage those in need of counsel to interview more than one attorney before selecting counsel.

For those who already have an estate plan in place, we stand ready to review your documents and to discuss your goals and objectives at no cost to you. If, upon review, we make recommendations to improve or supplement your plan documents, you may choose to retain our services to make those modifications.

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A Tale of Two Celebrities: Chadwick Boseman and Eddie Van Halen

The death of an iconic figure can sometimes impact us deeply because it reminds us of our shared humanity. With a celebrity’s passing, we realize that death is an equalizer. It also reminds us of the importance...

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Revocable Trust vs. Irrevocable Trust: Which Is Best For You?

A properly funded trust allows you to avoid probate, minimize taxes, provides organization, maintains control, and provides for yourself and your heirs. In its most simple terms, a trust is a book of instructions wherein you tell...

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My Loved One Has Died: As an Heir or Beneficiary, Do I Need an Attorney?

You just found out that your favorite aunt, Aunt Melba, has died. In the midst of your grief and sadness, you receive a notice from the attorney handling Aunt Melba's affairs stating that you are a beneficiary....

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